- : Provides best practices for establishing and maintaining effective research teams. Topics include: fostering trust, developing a shared vision, communicating science, sharing recognition, and handling conflict.
- : A user-generated collection of information and resources that support the practice and study of team science.
- : Provides guidance on building collaborative research teams, identifies areas of further research, and offers policy recommendations for organizations and individual scientists.
- : Provides advice on establishing international collaborations.
- : Features several researchers who share their experiences in creating productive cross-disciplinary relationships.
- : Discusses factors that lead to successful research collaborations among scientists across multiple countries.
- : Discusses strategies for successful multisite, multi-investigator research projects.
- : Discusses strategies for developing and maintaining effective teams.
- : Provides tools and strategies for managing conflicts.
Holgate SA. How to collaborate. Science Careers. 2012 July 20.
- : Provides guidelines for establishing collaborations and how to avoid potential pitfalls.
- : Explores the following issues: 1) Cultural Differences and Nuances; (2) Legal Issues and Agreements; (3) Differences in Ethical Standards; (4) Research Integrity and the Responsible Conduct of Research; (5) Intellectual Property; (6) Risk Management; (7) Export Controls; and (8) Strategies for Developing Meaningful International Collaborations.
National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine, and National Research Council. Overcoming Barriers to Collaborative Research - Report of a Workshop. Washington, DC: National Academies Press, 1999.
- : Summarizes discussions and insights of the barriers to university-industry cooperation and approaches to resolving them.
- :Identifies core issues in collaboration and provides a list of questions for researchers to consider prior to engaging in a collaborative venture.
- : Topics include: What is a scientific collaboration? How can one set one up and keep it going successfully? And why do the occasionally go awry?
- : Offers suggested guidelines that address: 1. Sharing of reagents and data; 2. Design of experiments; 3. Division of labor; 4. Publication of results stemming from collaboration; 5. Co-authorship order; 6. Access to unpublished data arising from the collaboration; and 7. Intellectual property issues.
Nature Publishing Group. Who is accountable? Nature. 2007 Nov;450:1.
- : Editorial on the responsibilities of co-authors for the integrity of a scientific paper.